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'Sustainable' Farming at High School

Aldergrove Secondary students Brandon Sparham (left) and Kyler Croucher grind dried corn into corn meal, using bike power. The sustainable living class at the school, augmented by support from David Catzel of Aldergrove
Aldergrove Secondary students Brandon Sparham (left) and Kyler Croucher grind dried corn into corn meal, using bike power. The sustainable living class at the school, augmented by support from David Catzel of Aldergrove's Glorious Organics Farm, provides students with the opportunity to learn how to grow and process their own foods.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

Aldergrove Secondary students Brandon Sparham (left) and Kyler Croucher grind dried corn into corn meal, using bike power. The sustainable living class at the school, augmented by support from David Catzel of Glorious Organics Farm, provides students with the opportunity to learn how to grow and process their own foods.

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